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					       2011-12 Playoff Schedule/Results                                      Boston Celtics (11-8) at Miami Heat (11-6)
Date   Opponent           Time/Results     Record                               Playoff Game #20 – Road Game #10
4/29   at Atlanta         L/74-83           0-1
5/1    at Atlanta         W/87-80           1-1                                       AmericanAirlines Arena
5/4    vs. Atlanta        W/90-84 (OT)      2-1                                               Miami, FL
5/6    vs. Atlanta        W/101-79          3-1
5/8    at Atlanta         L/86-87           3-2                                   Saturday, June 9, 2012, 8:30pm
5/10   vs. Atlanta        W/83-80           4-2                             TV: ESPN Radio: ESPN Radio/WEEI (850AM)
5/12   vs. Philadelphia   W/92-91           5-2
5/14   vs. Philadelphia   L/81-82           5-3
5/16   at Philadelphia    W/107-91          6-3                                      2011-12 Boston Celtics Roster
5/18   at Philadelphia    L/83-92           6-4
5/21   vs. Philadelphia   W/101-85          7-4
                                                    Projected Starters
5/23   at Philadelphia    L/75-82           7-5     No. Name                  Pos     Ht     Wt    Prior to NBA/Country              Yrs     PPG    RPG    APG
5/26   vs. Philadelphia   W/85-75           8-5     34 Paul Pierce            F       6’7    235   Kansas/USA                        13      18.8   6.2    3.2
5/28   at Miami           L/79-93           8-6
5/30   at Miami           L/111-115 (OT)    8-7
                                                    30 Brandon Bass           F       6’8    250   Louisiana State/USA               6       10.8   5.3    0.8
6/1    vs. Miami          W/101-91          9-7     5    Kevin Garnett        C       6’11   253   Farragut Academy HS (IL)/USA      16      19.5   10.5   1.5
6/3    vs. Miami          W/93-91 (OT)      10-7    20 Ray Allen              G       6’5    205   Connecticut/USA                   15      10.4   4.2    1.0
6/5    at Miami           W/94-90           11-7
6/7    vs. Miami          L/79-98           11-8
                                                    9    Rajon Rondo          G       6’1    186   Kentucky/USA                      5       17.1   6.6    11.8
6/9    at Miami           8:30pm
                                                    Reserves
*if necessary
                                                    No. Name                  Pos     Ht     Wt    Prior to NBA/Country              Yrs     PPG    RPG    APG
                                                    0    Avery Bradley        G       6’2    180   Texas/USA                         1       6.7    2.0    0.8
                                                    4    Marquis Daniels      G/F     6’6    200   Auburn/USA                        8       2.1    0.7    0.2
                                                    51 Keyon Dooling          G       6’3    195   Missouri/USA                      11      2.9    0.8    0.7
                                                    50 Ryan Hollins           C/F     7’0    230   UCLA/USA                          5       1.5    1.6    0.4
                                                    12 JaJuan Johnson         F       6’10   221   Purdue/USA                        R
                                                    55 E’Twaun Moore          G       6’4    191   Purdue/USA                        R       0.6    0.4    0.4
                                                    11 Sasha Pavlovic         G       6’7    235   Buducnost/Montenegro              8       0.8    0.6    0.1
                                                    28 Mickael Pietrus        G       6’6    215   Pau Orthez/Guadeloupe             8       3.6    2.1    0.1
                                                    54 Greg Stiemsma          C       6’10   260   Wisconsin/USA                     R       1.6    2.3    0.3
                                                    56 Sean Williams          C/F     6’10   235   Boston College/USA                3       0.0    0.5    0.0
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                                                                                               INJURY REPORT
                                                    Player                          Injury                           Status                Date Injured
                                                    Avery Bradley                   Sore Left Shoulder               Out                   5/21/12

                                                                                               TEAM RECORDS
                                                                         Record               Home                Road                     Overtime
                                                    Overall              (11-8)               (8-2)               (3-6)                    (2-1)
                                                      Atlantic           (4-3)                (3-1)               (1-2)                    (0-0)
                                                      Southeast          (7-5)                (5-1)               (2-4)                    (2-1)
                                                      Central            (0-0)                (0-0)               (0-0)                    (0-0)
                                                    Eastern Conf.        (11-8)               (8-2)               (3-6)                    (2-1)
                                                      Northwest          (0-0)                (0-0)               (0-0)                    (0-0)
                                                      Southwest          (0-0)                (0-0)               (0-0)                    (0-0)
                                                      Pacific            (0-0)                (0-0)               (0-0)                    (0-0)
                                                    Western Conf.        (0-0)                (0-0)               (0-0)                    (0-0)

                                                    Streaks              Overall: Lost 1              Home: Lost 1                Road: Won 1

                                                                                             MEDIA INFORMATION
                                                         Coach Rivers will speak to the media outside of the locker room at 55 minutes on the pregame
                                                          clock
                                                         Media inquiries can be directed to Jeff Twiss (jtwiss@celtics.com), Heather Walker
                                                          (hwalker@celtics.com) or Brian Olive (bolive@celtics.com)
                                                         Media is encouraged to check our Media Hotline for the latest practice information (617-854-
                                                          8002)
                                                 EASTERN CONFERENCE FINALS OPPONENT
                             MIAMI HEAT
                             Team Connections: Mario Chalmers and Paul Pierce both attended the University of Kansas…Celtics Head Coach Doc Rivers and
                             Dwyane Wade both attended Marquette University… Jermaine O’Neal played for the Heat during the end of the 2008-09 season
                             and all of the 2009-10 season…Chris Bosh and Jermaine O’Neal were teammates in Toronto during the 2008-09 season…Dexter
                             Pittman and Avery Bradley were teammates at the University of Texas…Sasha Pavlovic and LeBron James were teammates in
                             Cleveland from 2004-09…Keyon Dooling played for the Heat during the 2004-05 season…Juwan Howard and Ryan Hollins were
                             teammates in Charlotte during the 2008-09 season…Ronny Turiaf and Mickael Pietrus both play for the French national team.

Last Season: Celtics won the series 3-1…Paul Pierce led the Celtics with an average of 19.3 points to go along with 5.3 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.0 steal per
game…Rajon Rondo added a double-double effort on the season with 18.7 points and 13.7 assists to go along with 7.7 rebounds per game…The Celtics as a
team shot 51.7% from three-point territory against Miami this season (30-for-58)…The Heat were led by LeBron James and his 28.3 points…Dwyane Wade
averaged 19.7 points, 3.7 rebounds and 5.3 assists per game…Chris Bosh added 11.7 points and 10.3 rebounds.
All-Time Record vs. Miami: 58-37 (.611)                    Largest Celtics Win: 30 points, 117-87 (1/29/08)
All-Time Home Record: 31-15 (.674)                         Largest Heat Win: 31 points, 111-80 (12/11/93)
All-Time Road Record: 27-22 (.551)                         Single Game Celtic High Scorer: Reggie Lewis – 42 pts (4/12/91)
Current Streak: Three Celtics Win                          Single Game Heat High Scorer: Alonzo Mourning – 45 pts (2/3/96)
Current Streak at Home: Nine Celtics Wins                  Longest Celtic Win Streak: 10 games (11/15/88 – 3/6/91)
Current Streak on Road: One Celtics Win                    Longest Heat Win Streak: 9 games (3/24/96 – 3/31/98)
Record against Miami since 2006-07: 17-5

                                                                    2011-12 RESULTS VS. MIAMI
BOSTON 78, MIAMI 66 – TD Garden, Boston, MA (4/24/12)
Sasha Pavlovic netted 12 of his 16 points during the fourth quarter as the Celtics beat the Heat 78-66…Pavlovic shot 7-of-10 for the game including 2-for-4 from three-point
land…Marquis Daniels scored 13 points off the bench to go along with five rebounds and four steals…New addition Sean Williams had a strong game with five points, four
rebounds, two assists, two steals and two blocks…E’Twaun Moore recorded a season-high seven rebounds off the bench…The Heat were led by Dexter Pittman and his 12 points
while Udonis Haslem added 13 rebounds.
Apr. 24, 2012             SCORE                 HI SCORER            HI REBOUND            HI ASSISTS           FG%          FT%                REB (O-D-T)
@ CELTICS                 78-66                 PAVLOVIC – 16        BASS – 8              DANIELS – 4          32-74 (.432) 10-16 (.625)       4-34-38
Hawks                                           Pittman – 12         Haslem – 13           Chalmers – 5         28-73 (.384) 4-7 (.571)         8-36-44


BOSTON 115, MIAMI 107 –TD Garden, Boston, MA (4/10/12)
Kevin Garnett shot 11-of-14 for the night and the Celtics shot a season-high 60.6% from the field as they beat the Heat, 115-107…Garnett would finish with 24 points and nine
rebounds while Paul Pierce finished with a team-high 27 points and seven boards…Rajon Rondo (18 pts and 15 asts) and Brandon Bass (12 pts and 10 rebs) both finished with
double-doubles…The C’s were on target from three-point range all night, finishing 9-for-14 (64.3%) from beyond the arc…The Celtics outrebounded the Heat 40-34…The Heat
were led by LeBron James and his 37 points while Dwyane Wade added 20 points.
Apr.10, 2012              SCORE                 HI SCORER            HI REBOUND            HI ASSISTS           FG%          FT%                REB (O-D-T)
CELTICS                   115-107               PIERCE – 27          BASS – 10             RONDO – 15           43-71 (.606) 20-25 (.800)       5-35-40
@ Heat                                          James – 36           Bosh – 9              James – 7            39-87 (.448) 21-27 (.778)       13-21-34

BOSTON 91, MIAMI 72 – TD Garden, Boston, MA (4/1/12)
Rajon Rondo notched his fifth triple-double of the season with 16 points, 11 rebounds and 14 assists as the C’s beat the Heat 91-72…Paul Pierce finished with a team-high 23
points while Brandon Bass added a double-double of 16 points and 10 boards…Avery Bradley continued his breakout with 13 points and two steals…The Celtics pulled away during
the third quarter in which they outscored the Heat 31-12 and held the Heat to just 26.3% from the field…LeBron James led the Heat with 23 points while Dwyane Wade added 15
points, eight rebounds and three blocks…Shane Battier added 11 points off the bench.
Apr. 1, 2012              SCORE                 HI SCORER            HI REBOUND            HI ASSISTS           FG%          FT%                REB (O-D-T)
@ CELTICS                 91-72                 PIERCE – 23          RONDO – 11            RONDO – 14           33-70 (.471) 20-22 (.909)       5-44-49
Heat                                            James – 23           Bosh – 11             Bosh – 4             31-89 (.348) 7-17 (.412)        15-32-47


MIAMI 115, BOSTON 107 – American Airlines Arena, Miami, FL (12/27/11)
Norris Cole recorded 14 of his 20 points in the fourth quarter for the Heat as the Celtics were unable to complete the comeback and fell to the Heat 115-107…Rajon Rondo fell
two rebounds shy of a triple-double as he recorded 22 points, eight rebounds and 12 assists…Ray Allen added a game-high 28 points including 6 three-pointers…Keyon Dooling
added 18 points off the bench…The Heat were led by LeBron James and his 26 points while Dwyane Wade added 24 points, eight assists and four blocks.
Dec. 27, 2011             SCORE                 HI SCORER            HI REBOUND            HI ASSISTS           FG%            FT%              REB (O-D-T)
CELTICS                   107-115               ALLEN – 28           RONDO – 8             RONDO – 12           37-72 (.514)   21-27 (.778)     4-24-28
@ Heat                                          James – 26           Haslem – 12           Wade – 8             42-75 (.560)   25-35 (.714)     6-32-38

                                    2011-12 HEAD TO HEAD STATISTICS
Team            PPG       RPG        APG      SPG    BPG      TO/G              FG%        FT%       3FG%
Celtics         97.8      38.8       19.8     7.50   4.50     16.5              50.5       78.9      51.7
Heat            90.0      40.8       19.0     8.50   6.00     15.5              43.2       66.3      37.7
Celtics High Scorer: 28 – Ray Allen (12/27/11)
Heat High Scorer: 36 – LeBron James (4/10/11)
Celtics at TD Garden: 2-0
Celtics at American Airlines Arena: 1-1
                                                                            LAST GAME
BOSTON 94, MIAMI 90 – AmericanAirlines Arena, Miami, FL (6/5/12)
The Celtics closed out the third quarter on a 15-1 run and used that burst to get themselves back into the game as they would beat the Heat 94-90 in Game 5 of the ECF…Kevin
Garnett led the way for the C’s with 26 points, 11 rebounds and two blocks while Paul Pierce added 19 points…Rajon Rondo did not have a good shooting game (just 3-for-15) but
handed out a game-high 13 assists and swiped four steals…Mickael Pietrus came up big for the C’s off the bench scoring 13 points…LeBron James led the Heat with 30 points and
13 rebounds while Dwyane Wade added 27 points…Chris Bosh made his return from injury and recorded nine points and seven rebounds in 14:23 off the bench.
June 5, 2012              SCORE                 HI SCORER             HI REBOUND           HI ASSISTS            FG%          FT%                REB (O-D-T)
CELTICS                   94-90                 GARNETT – 26          GARNETT – 11         RONDO – 13            33-81 (.407) 22-27 (.815)       9-30-39
@ Heat                                          James – 30            Haslem – 14          Two Tied – 3          32-82 (.390) 19-25 (.760)       12-37-49

                                                                          TEAM NOTES
                                               RONDO RECORDS AN NBA FIRST IN POSTSEASON HISTORY…
Rajon Rondo recorded a career-high 44 points to go along with 10 assists and eight rebounds against the Heat in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals in a
115-111 overtime loss…According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Rondo is the first player in NBA postseason history to record that many points, rebounds and
assists in a game.

                                             RONDO FINISHES OFF THE SIXERS IN GAME 7 WITH A TRIPLE-DOUBLE…
Rajon Rondo recorded a triple-double during Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals with 18 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists…According to the Elias
Sports Bureau, he is only the third Celtic in the franchise’s history to record a triple-double in a winner-take-all game of a series…In 1966, Bill Russell had 16
points, 31 rebounds and 11 assists in Game Five of the Eastern Division Semifinals, a 112-103 win over Oscar Robertson and the Cincinnati Royals; and in
1984, Larry Bird contributed 39 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists to Boston's 121-104 victory over New York in an Eastern Conference Semifinals series.

                                                 RONDO POSTS RARE TOTALS FOR A SEVEN GAME SERIES…
Rajon Rondo averaged 14.1 points, 7.4 rebounds and 12.7 assists per game against the Sixers during the Eastern Conference Semifinals…According to the
Elias Sports Bureau, the only other player in NBA history who met or bettered each of those averages while appearing in each game of a seven-game playoff
series was Magic Johnson, who averaged 18.0 points, 7.7 rebounds and 13.6 assists in the 1984 NBA Finals, won by the Celtics over the Lakers in seven
games.

                                                KG, RONDO NAMED TO SECOND TEAM ALL-DEFENSE…
Rajon Rondo and Kevin Garnett were both named to the NBA’s All-Defensive Second Team announced on May 23…The second team also consists of Kobe
Bryant, Tyson Chandler and Luol Deng…LeBron James, Dwight Howard, Tony Allen, Chris Paul and Serge Ibaka were named to the First Team…This is the
fourth consecutive season that Rondo has been named to either the first or second team while this is the fourth time in five seasons for Garnett.

                                                     RONDO NAMED TO ALL-NBA THIRD TEAM…
Rajon Rondo was named to the All-NBA Third Team on May 24 which is the first such honor of his career…He is the first Celtic to be named to the All-NBA
teams since Paul Pierce was named to the Second Team during the 2008-09 season.

                                                               RONDO CHANNELING MAGIC…
Rajon Rondo recorded 14 assists in the Game 5 win over the Sixers in the Eastern Conference Semifinals and has notched at least 13 assists in each of the five
games…According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Rondo is just the second player in NBA playoff history to have at least 13 assists in the first five games of a
series…Magic Johnson recorded at least 13 in all five games of the 1985 Western Conference Finals against Denver.

                                                           THREE C’S RECORD 20-10 IN SAME GAME…
Paul Pierce (20 pts, 12 rebs), Kevin Garnett (27 pts, 13 rebs) and Rajon Rondo (23 pts, 14 asts) all recorded 20 and 10 during Game 3 against the Sixers in the
Eastern Conference Semifinals…According to the Elias Sports Bureau, they were the first trio to each record 20/10 in a game in the postseason for the Celtics
since Larry Bird, Danny Ainge and Kevin McHale recorded the feat against the Hawks in Game Six of the Eastern Conference Semifinals in 1988…Doc Rivers
also played in that game and recorded 32 points (one of just two 30 point games in his playoff career).

                                                        RONDO RECORDS ANOTHER TRIPLE-DOUBLE…
Rajon Rondo recorded 13 points, 12 rebounds and 17 assists during Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals against Philadelphia…It was Rondo’s second
triple-double of the playoffs and his eighth of his career in the postseason…According to the Elias Stats Bureau, Rondo’s triple-double matched Oscar
Robertson’s total for his entire career (8) and Rondo now has more triple-doubles in the past four seasons (8) than all other players combined.

                                                              KG TURNS IN EPIC PERFORMANCE…
Kevin Garnett recorded 28 points, 14 rebounds, two assists, three steals and five blocks against Atlanta in the deciding Game 6 of the first round…According
to the Elias Stats Bureau, Garnett is the first player to post 28 points, 14 rebounds and five blocks in the deciding game of a series since Shaquille O’Neal
registered 28 points, 16 rebounds and five blocks against Detroit in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals in 2006.

                                                                 PIERCE POSTS AN NBA FIRST…
Paul Pierce recorded 24 points on 10-of-13 shooting from the floor including 4-of-6 from three in the Game 4 win over the Hawks...Pierce played just 16:37 in
the contest and according to the Elias Sports Bureau, he is the first player during the shot-clock era (1954-55 to present) to record 24 or more points in fewer
than 17 minutes of action on the court.
                                                                PAUL TURNS BACK THE CLOCK…
Paul Pierce recorded 36 points and 14 rebounds during Game 2 of the First Round against Atlanta on May 1…According to the Elias Sports Bureau, the only
other Celtics to score 35 points or more in a playoff game at age 34 or older are John Havlicek (twice in 1974) and Sam Jones (during 1968).

                                                             PAUL CLIMBS GAMES PLAYED CHART…
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Paul Pierce is now in the top 10 in franchise history for most games played during the postseason in their career…Paul is currently ranked 9 in franchise
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history with 129 games played…Paul passed Danny Ainge for 9 all-time when he played in Game 3 against Atlanta on May 4…Listed below are the Top 10
leaders in franchise history for games played in the playoffs…

                                              RANK      PLAYER               GAMES
                                              1         John Havlicek        172
                                              2         Kevin McHale         169
                                              3         Robert Parish        168
                                              4         Bill Russell         165
                                              5         Larry Bird           164
                                              6         Sam Jones            154
                                              7         Don Nelson           134
                                              8         Tom Sanders          130
                                              9         Paul Pierce          129
                                              10        Danny Ainge          112

                                                             PIERCE CLIMBS SCORING CHART…
Paul Pierce recorded 23 points against Miami during Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals and passed Bill Russell for sixth place on the C’s all-time
record books for points scored during the playoffs…Pierce passed Robert Parish for fifth during Game 5 of the ECF…Listed below is the top 10 list for the C’s.

                                              RANK      PLAYER               POINTS
                                              1         Larry Bird           3,897
                                              2         John Havlicek        3,776
                                              3         Kevin McHale         3,182
                                              4         Sam Jones            2,909
                                              5         Paul Pierce          2,709
                                              6         Robert Parish        2,683
                                              7         Bill Russell         2,673
                                              8         Tom Heinsohn         2,058
                                              9         Bob Cousy            2,018
                                              10        Dennis Johnson       1,802

                                                              PAUL CLIMBS REBOUNDS CHART…
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Paul Pierce is now in the top 10 in franchise history for rebounds during the postseason in their career…Paul is currently ranked 10 in franchise history for
rebounds during the postseason…He passed Sam Jones during Game 2 against Atlanta on May 1…Paul passed both Paul Silas and Tom Sanders when he
pulled down 12 boards against Philadelphia in Game 3 of the Conference Semis…Listed below are the Top 10 leaders in franchise history for rebounds in the
playoffs…
                                              RANK      PLAYER               REBOUNDS
                                              1         Bill Russell         4,104
                                              2         Larry Bird           1,683
                                              3         Robert Parish        1,649
                                              4         Dave Cowens          1,285
                                              5         Kevin McHale         1,253
                                              6         John Havlicek        1,186
                                              7         Tom Heinsohn         954
                                              8         Paul Pierce          829
                                              9         Paul Silas           763
                                              10        Tom Sanders          763


                                                        PIERCE JOINS RARE COMPANY IN C’S HISTORY…
Paul Pierce has recorded 2,658 points and 500 assists in his postseason career for the Celtics which places him in rare company in C’s lore…Pierce is just the
fourth player in franchise history to record 2,500 points and 500 assists in their playoff careers joining Larry Bird (3,897 pts, 1,062 asts), John Havlicek (3,776
pts, 825 asts) and Bill Russell (2,673pts, 770 asts).
                                     RONDO ENTERS TOP 5 IN FRANCHISE HISTORY IN ASSISTS DURING POSTSEASON…
Rajon Rondo is now in the top five in franchise history for most assists during their playoff career…Paul Pierce passed JoJo White for eighth all-time when he
recorded four assists against Atlanta in Game 2 on May 1…Rondo passed Dennis Johnson for fifth all-time in assists when he logged 14 against the Sixers in
Game 5 of the Conference Semifinals…Rajon passed Bill Russell for fourth when he notched seven assists in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals against
Miami…Paul Pierce passed Danny Ainge for seventh all-time against Miami in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals when he recorded four assists…Rondo
passed John Havlicek for third all-time in assists when he recorded 10 against Miami during Game 6 of the ECF…Listed below are the top 10 players in
franchise history in assists.
                                            RANK      PLAYER              ASSISTS
                                            1         Larry Bird          1,062
                                            2         Bob Cousy           937
                                            3         Rajon Rondo         831
                                            4         John Havlicek       825
                                            5         Bill Russell        770
                                            6         Dennis Johnson      739
                                            7         Paul Pierce         501
                                            8         Danny Ainge         489
                                            9         JoJo White          452
                                            10        K.C. Jones          396
                                                      DOC REACHES 50 POSTSEASON WINS WITH CELTICS…
Doc Rivers is currently sitting on 57 wins in the postseason with the Celtics and is currently ranked third in franchise history with those 57 wins…Rivers
became just the third coach in C’s history to record 50 wins in the postseason after the C’s defeated the Hawks in Game 6 of the First Round…Listed below
are the top 5 coaches in C’s history for playoff wins
                                            RANK      COACH               WINS
                                            1         Red Auerbach        90
                                            2         K.C. Jones          65
                                            3         Doc Rivers          57
                                            4         Tom Heinsohn        47
                                            5         Bill Russell        28
                                        2011-12 OFFENSIVE LEADERS (INCLUDES TIES)
PLAYER          G-GS 10+ PTS 20+ PTS 30+ PTS 40+ PTS 10+ REB 10+ AST DBL-DBL TPL-DBL            PTS     REB   AST    STL     BLK      MINS
Ray Allen       17-9 11        0         0       0        0        0        0         0         1       1     0      1       1        0
Brandon Bass    19-19 11       1         0       0        1        0        0         0         1       5     0      2       2        0
Avery Bradley 10-10 2          0         0       0        0        0        0         0         0       0     0      1       1        0
Marquis Daniels 14-0 0         0         0       0        0        0        0         0         0       0     0      1       0        0
Keyon Dooling 19-0 2           0         0       0        0        0        0         0         0       0     0      0       1        0
Kevin Garnett   19-19 18       10        0       0        14       0        12        0         9       13    0      4       6        0
Ryan Hollins    16-0 0         0         0       0        0        0        0         0         0       0     0      0       2        0
JaJuan Johnson 0-0     0       0         0       0        0        0        0         0         0       0     0      0       0        0
E’Twaun Moore 7-0      0       0         0       0        0        0        0         0         0       0     0      0       0        0
Sasha Pavlovic 8-0     0       0         0       0        0        0        0         0         0       0     0      0       0        0
Paul Pierce     19-19 17       7         1       0        2        0        2         0         7       1     0      6       6        4
Mickael Pietrus 19-1 2         0         0       0        0        0        0         0         0       0     0      2       2        0
Rajon Rondo     18-18 15       6         1       0        4        14       12        3         4       2     18     14      0        15
Greg Stiemsma 18-0     1       0         0       0        0        0        0         0         0       0     0      0       2        0
Sean Williams 2-0      0       0         0       0        0        0        0         0         0       0     0      0       0        0

                                                       HOW THE TEAM WAS BUILT
Draft:                                               Free Agency                                    Trade:
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Paul Pierce (10 pick, 1998 Draft)                    Greg Stiemsma (12/9/11)                        Rajon Rondo (from Phoenix, 6/28/06)
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Avery Bradley (19 pick, 2010 Draft)                  Marquis Daniels (12/9/11)                      Ray Allen (from Seattle, 6/28/07)
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E’Twaun Moore (55 pick, 2011 Draft)                  Sasha Pavlovic (12/12/11)                      Kevin Garnett (from Minnesota, 7/31/07)
                                                     Mickael Pietrus (12/24/11)                     JaJuan Johnson (from New Jersey, 6/23/11)
                                                     Ryan Hollins (3/23/12)                         Keyon Dooling (from Milwaukee, 12/9/11)
                                                     Sean Williams (4/20/12                         Brandon Bass (from Orlando, 12/12/11)




                                                         RECENT TRANSACTIONS
4/20/12 – Signed free agent center/forward Sean Williams; waived center Jermaine O’Neal…3/23/12 – signed free agent center/forward Ryan Hollins; waived
forward/center Chris Wilcox…12/24/11 – Signed free agent guard/forward Mickael Pietrus…12/22/11 – Waived guard Gilbert Brown, forward Mike Sweetney
and forward Jamal Sampson…12/13/11 – Signed forward Mike Sweetney…12/12/11 – Signed free agent forward Jamal Sampson, guard Gilbert Brown and
Sasha Pavlovic, acquired Brandon Bass from Orlando in exchange for Glen Davis and Von Wafer, also signed 2011 draft picks JaJuan Johnson and E’Twaun
Moore…12/10/11 – Re-signed forward Jeff Green…12/9/11 – Signed free agent forward/centers Greg Stiemsma and Chris Wilcox, free agent guard/forward
Marquis Daniels and acquired guard Keyon Dooling and a protected second round pick from Milwaukee in exchange for the draft rights to Albert Miralles
                                                    2011-12 MISCELLANEOUS STATS
DATE            OPPONENT          POINTS IN                    SECOND                    FASTBREAK                     BENCH
                                  THE PAINT                CHANCE POINTS                   POINTS                      POINTS
4/29         at Atlanta             36-28                         6-10                      11-10                        4-17
5/1          at Atlanta             26-42                          8-8                      20-16                       14-14
5/4          vs. Atlanta            36-52                          4-6                      12-20                       19-25
5/6          vs. Atlanta            26-36                          6-4                      21-13                       28-46
5/8          at Atlanta             38-34                         16-9                      12-15                        25-9
5/10         vs. Atlanta            42-30                        15-11                        8-9                        11-9
5/12         vs. Philadelphia       38-40                         6-15                      14-13                       18-29
5/14         vs. Philadelphia       32-32                        12-12                        6-4                       31-26
5/12         at Philadelphia        50-38                         5-12                      21-16                       23-55
5/18         at Philadelphia        26-34                         5-12                      13-27                       12-44
5/21         vs. Philadelphia       44-46                        10-15                        6-7                       20-27
5/23         at Philadelphia        16-42                         14-6                       13-7                        5-16
5/26         vs. Philadelphia       28-32                         7-17                       14-6                        7-17
5/28         at Miami               34-42                        15-17                       5-10                       14-16
5/30         at Miami               30-40                         8-18                      10-18                        7-25
6/1          vs. Miami              58-46                         12-7                      13-16                       19-22
6/3          vs. Miami              38-48                         17-8                       7-14                       11-22
6/5          at Miami               40-42                        17-18                        9-8                       19-16
6/7          vs. Miami              42-32                         6-11                       15-5                       15-13
CELTICS TOTALS                   680 (35.8 pg)                189 (9.9 pg)               230 (12.1 pg)               302 (15.9 pg)
OPPONENT TOTALS                  736 (38.7 pg)               217 (11.4 pg)               234 (12.3 pg)               448 (23.6 pg)




                                                                2011-12 DUNKS
       PLAYER                    DUNKS                         PLAYER                    DUNKS
      Ray Allen                      1                       Sasha Pavlovic
    Brandon Bass                    16                         Paul Pierce                  6
    Avery Bradley                    3                       Mickael Pietrus                4
    Keyon Dooling                                             Rajon Rondo
   Marquis Daniels                   3                       Greg Stiemsma                  4
    Kevin Garnett                   15                       Sean Williams
     Ryan Hollins                    5                      BOSTON TOTALS                  57
   JaJuan Johnson                                          OPPONENT TOTALS                 67
   E’Twaun Moore


                                                      2011-12 STARTING LINEUPS

GAMES         FORWARD           FORWARD          CENTER        GUARD           GUARD       RECORD          Player        Record
  9             Pierce            Bass           Garnett       Bradley         Rondo         5-4            Allen          5-4
  1             Pierce            Bass           Garnett       Pietrus         Bradley       1-0            Bass           11-8
  9             Pierce            Bass           Garnett        Allen          Rondo         5-4          Bradley          6-4
                                                                                                           Daniels         0-0
                                                                                                          Dooling          0-0
                                                                                                          Garnett          11-8
                                                                                                           Hollins         0-0
                                                                                                          Johnson          0-0
                                                                                                           Moore           0-0
                                                                                                          Pavlovic         0-0
                                                                                                           Pierce          11-8
                                                                                                           Pietrus         1-0
                                                                                                           Rondo           10-8
                                                                                                         Stiemsma          0-0
                                                                                                          Williams         0-0
                                                                   2011-12 RECORD WHEN…
Quick Overview                       Record          By Weekday      Record      Home       Road            Celtics Record When               Record
Overall Record                        11-8           Sunday           2-1         2-0        0-1            They shoot .500 +                   4-0
Home                                   8-2           Monday           1-2         1-1        0-1            They shoot .450 – .499              0-1
Road                                   3-6           Tuesday          2-1         0-0        2-1            They shoot .449 or less             7-7
vs. East                              11-8           Wednesday        1-3         1-0        0-3            They score 100+                     4-1
vs. West                               0-0           Thursday         1-1         1-1        0-0            They score 90-99                    4-0
                                                     Friday           2-1         2-0        0-1            They score 89 or fewer              3-7
                                                     Saturday         2-0         2-0        0-0            They have = or more rebounds        6-2
Quarter Scoring                      Record                                                                 They have = or more assists         9-5
Celtics are ahead or tied after 1Q    5-3            By Month        Record      Home       Road            They have = or more steals          8-5
Celtics are behind after 1Q           6-5            April            0-1         0-0        0-1            They have = or more turnovers       4-5
Celtics are ahead or tied after 2Q    7-5            May              8-6         6-1        2-5            They have = or higher FG%          10-3
Celtics are behind after 2Q           4-3            June             3-1         2-1        1-0            Opp. shoot .500+                    0-1
Celtics are ahead or tied after 3Q    9-0                                                                   Opp. shoot .450 – .499              2-3
Celtics are behind after 3Q           2-8                                                                   Opp. shoot .449 or less             9-4
Celtics score 19 or less in 1Q        3-3                                                                   Opp. scores 100+                    0-1
Celtics allow 19 or less in 1Q        2-2                                                                   Opp. scores 90-99                   5-3
Celtics score 30 or more in 1Q        3-0                                                                   Opp. scores 89 or fewer             6-4
Celtics allow 30 or more in 1Q        1-0                                                                   Opp. have more rebounds             5-6
Celtics score 50+ in first half       4-1                                                                   Opp. have more assists              2-3
Celtics allow 50+ in first half       1-1                                                                   Opp. have more steals               3-3
                                                                                                            Opp. have more turnovers            7-3
                                                                                                            Opp. has a higher FG%               1-5




                                          2011-12 GAMES MISSED DUE TO INJURY/ILLNESS/OTHER
 Player                                Reason for Missed Game                                 Dates Out                        Games              W/L
 Allen                                 Sore Right Ankle                                       4/29-5/1/12                      2                  1-1
 Bradley                               Sore Left Shoulder                                     5/21-6/7/12                      9                  5-4

 DNP – Coach’s Decision:
 Marquis Daniels – 5 (4/29/12; 5/4/12; 5/8/12; 5/12/12; 5/26/12); E’Twaun Moore – 11 (4/29-5/4/12; 5/8-5/14/12; 5/18/12; 5/26/12; 6/3-6/5/12); Ryan Hollins – 3 (4/29/12;
 6/3-6/5/12); Sean Williams – 9 (4/29-5/1/12; 5/21-5/26/12; 5/30-6/5/12); Sasha Pavlovic – 10 (5/4/12; 5/8-5/14/12; 5/18/12; 5/23-5/26/12; 6/3-6/5/12); Greg Stiemsma – 1
 (5/18/12)

 DND:


 DNP – Inactive List:
 Ray Allen – 2 (4/29-5/1/12); JaJuan Johnson – 19 (4/29-6/7/12); Sean Williams – 8 (5/4-5/18/12); Avery Bradley – 9 (5/21-6/7/12)

 NWT:
 Rajon Rondo – 1 (5/1/12)
                                       2011-12 PLAYOFF SUPERLATIVES

Celtics Top 2011-12 Single-Game Performances

Points                       Date       Blocks                      Date      FT Made                      Date
Rajon Rondo – 44 at MIA      5/30/12    Kevin Garnett – 5 vs. ATL   5/10/12   Paul Pierce – 14 vs. ATL     5/4/12
Paul Pierce – 36 at ATL      5/1/12     Kevin Garnett – 5 vs. MIA   6/3/12    Paul Pierce – 13 at PHI      5/23/12
Kevin Garnett – 29 vs. PHI   5/12/12    Kevin Garnett – 4 vs. ATL   5/4/12    Two Tied – 11
                                        Five Tied – 3

Rebounds                     Date       Steals                      Date      FT Attempted                 Date
Paul Pierce – 14 at ATL      5/1/12     Rajon Rondo – 5 at ATL      5/8/12    Paul Pierce – 14 vs. ATL     5/4/12
Rajon Rondo – 14 vs. ATL     5/4/12     Five Tied – 4                         Paul Pierce – 14 at PHI      5/16/12
Kevin Garnett – 14 vs. ATL   5/10/12    10 Tied – 3                           Two Tied – 13
Kevin Garnett – 14 vs. MIA   6/3/12                                           Rajon Rondo – 12 at MIA      5/30/12
Three Tied – 13
Five Tied – 12

Assists                      Date       FG Made                   Date        3FG Made                     Date
Rajon Rondo – 17 vs. PHI     5/12/12    Rajon Rondo – 16 at MIA 5/30/12       Paul Pierce – 4 vs. ATL      5/6/12
Rajon Rondo – 16 vs. ATL     5/6/12     Three Tied – 12                       Paul Pierce – 4 at PHI       5/18/12
Two Tied – 15                           Kevin Garnett – 11 at MIA 6/5/12      Ray Allen – 4 vs. MIA        6/3/12
                                                                              Mickael Pietrus – 3 at PHI   5/16/12
                                                                              20 Tied – 2

Turnovers                    Date       FG Attempted                Date      3FG Attempted                Date
Paul Pierce – 8 at ATL       5/1/12     Paul Pierce – 26 at ATL     5/1/12    Ray Allen – 11 vs. MIA       6/3/12
Four Tied – 7                           Rajon Rondo – 24 at MIA     5/30/12   Three Tied – 7
Rajon Rondo – 6 vs. ATL      5/4/12     Rajon Rondo – 22 vs. ATL    5/4/12    Six Tied – 6

Opponents Top 2011-12 Single-Game Performances

Points                       Date       Blocks                  Date          FT Made                  Date
LeBron James – 45 vs. MIA    6/7/12     Al Horford – 3 at ATL   5/8/12        LeBron James – 18 at MIA 5/30/12
Two Tied – 34                           LeBron James – 3 at MIA 5/28/12       Dwyane Wade – 7 at MIA 5/30/12
LeBron James – 32 at MIA     5/28/12    Dwyane Wade – 3 vs. MIA 6/3/12        Seven Tied – 6
                                        Chris Bosh – 3 vs. MIA  6/7/12
                                        16 Tied – 2
                                        38 Tied – 1

Rebounds                     Date       Steals                      Date      FT Attempted             Date
Josh Smith – 18 at ATL       4/29/12    Jrue Holiday – 5 vs. PHI    5/26/12   LeBron James – 24 at MIA 5/30/12
Udonis Haslem – 17 vs. MIA   6/3/12     Evan Turner – 4 vs. PHI     5/12/12   Dwyane Wade – 11 at MIA 5/30/12
Josh Smith – 16 at ATL       5/8/12     Six Tied – 3                          Four Tied – 9

Assists                      Date       FG Made                   Date        3FG Made                    Date
Jrue Holiday – 9 at PHI      5/16/12    LeBron James – 19 vs. MIA 6/7/12      Kirk Hinrich – 4 at ATL     4/29/12
Jrue Holiday – 9 vs. PHI     5/26/12    LeBron James – 16 vs. MIA 6/1/12      Marvin Williams – 4 vs. ATL 5/10/12
Louis Williams – 8 at PHI    5/18/12    LeBron James – 13 at MIA 5/28/12      Jrue Holiday – 4 vs. PHI 5/14/12
Four Tied – 7                                                                 12 Tied – 3
                                                                              10 Tied – 2

Turnovers                    Date       FG Attempted             Date         3FG Attempted                Date
Al Horford – 7 vs. ATL       5/10/12    Joe Johnson – 29 vs. ATL 5/4/12       Joe Johnson – 9 at ATL       4/29/12
LeBron James – 7 vs. MIA     6/3/12     Two Tied – 26                         Three Tied – 8
Josh Smith – 6 vs. ATL       5/6/12     Two Tied – 25                         Joe Johnson – 7 vs. ATL      5/4/12
Evan Turner – 5 vs. PHI      5/14/12
                   2011-12 PLAYOFF SUPERLATIVES CONTINUED

CELTICS HIGHS (* indicates most recent occurrence)                      CELTICS LOWS
Points, Game………………………... .. 111            at MIA                       74        at ATL, 4/29/12
Points, First Half…………………… … 64            vs. ATL, 5/6/12              35        at ATL, 4/29/12
Points, Second Half……………… …. 54            vs. PHI, 5/21/12             28        vs. MIA, 6/3/12
Points, 1st Quarter………………… … 34            vs. MIA, 6/3/12              11        at MIA, 5/28/12
Points, 2nd Quarter………………….. 32            Twice; *at PHI, 5/16/12      13        vs. PHI, 5/14/12
Points, 3rd Quarter…………………. . 30           vs. MIA, 6/1/12              11        vs. PHI, 5/14/12
Points, 4th Quarter…………………. . 32           vs. PHI, 5/14/12             11        vs. ATL, 5/6/12
Points, Overtime……………………. . 12             at MIA, 5/30/12              4         vs. MIA, 6/3/12

Field Goals Made…………………….. 41              vs. ATL, 5/6/12              26        at PHI, 5/23/12
Field Goals Att……………………….... 85            vs. MIA, 6/3/12              68        at ATL, 5/1/12
Field Goal Percentage……………… .522           vs. PHI, 5/21/12             .333      at PHI, 5/23/12

Three Point Field Goals Made…..11          vs. ATL, 5/6/12              0         at ATL, 4/29/12
Three Point Field Goals Att………. 27         vs. MIA, 6/3/12              10        vs. ATL, 5/10/12
Three Point Field Goal Pct……….. .444       vs. PHI, 5/14/12             .000      at ATL, 4/29/12

Free Throws Made………………….. 26               Three Times; *at MIA, 5/30/12 7        vs. PHI, 5/14/12
Free Throws Att………………… …… 33               vs. PHI, 5/21/12             9         vs. PHI, 5/14/12
Free Throw Pct…………………….. … .947            vs. PHI, 5/12/12             .524      at MIA, 5/28/12

Total Rebounds…………………. …… 51               vs. ATL, 5/4/12              31        vs. PHI, 5/21/12
Offensive Rebounds………………... 14             at PHI, 5/23/12              3         at ATL, 5/1/12
Defensive Rebounds……………….. 44              vs. ATL, 5/4/12              23        Twice; *at MIA, 5/28/12

Assists……………………………… ……..        28         vs. PHI, 5/12/12             14        Three Times; *vs. MIA, 6/7/12
Steals…………………………….…………          13         at MIA, 6/5/12               4         vs. MIA, 6/1/12
Turnovers…………………………. …….        19         vs. PHI, 5/14/12             6         at ATL, 4/29/12
Blocked Shots……………………… ….       11         vs. ATL, 5/10/12             1         at MIA, 5/28/12
Personal Fouls……………………… …       33         at MIA, 5/30/12              13        at ATL, 5/8/12


OPPONENTS HIGHS (* indicates most recent occurrence)                    OPPONENTS LOWS
Points, Game……………….. ………... 115        at MIA, 5/30/12                  75      vs. PHI, 5/26/12
Points, First Half………………. …….. 55      vs. MIA, 6/7/12                  33      vs. PHI, 5/26/12
Points, Second Half……. …………… 61        at PHI, 5/18/12                  34      at ATL, 4/29/12
Points, 1st Quarter…………………... 33       at PHI, 5/16/12                  15      at ATL, 5/8/12
Points, 2nd Quarter…….……………. 29        vs. MIA, 6/7/12                  11      at PHI, 5/23/12
Points, 3rd Quarter……… ………….. 35       at MIA, 5/30/12                  16      Twice; *vs. PHI, 5/21/12
Points, 4th Quarter………………….. 33        at PHI, 5/18/12                  14      at ATL, 5/1/12
Points, Overtime……………………. 16           at MIA. 5/30/12                  2       vs. MIA, 6/3/12

Field Goals Made…………..………… 38              vs. MIA, 6/1/12              28        vs. PHI, 5/26/12
Field Goals Att………….. ……………. 90            vs. ATL, 5/4/12              76        Three Times; *vs. PHI, 5/14/12
Field Goal Percentage……………… .494           vs. MIA, 6/1/12              .349      at ATL, 5/1/12

Three Point Field Goals Made..… 10         at MIA, 5/30/12              1         at PHI, 5/23/12
Three Point Field Goals Att……... 26        Twice; *at MIA, 6/5/12       9         Twice; *at PHI, 5/23/12
Three Point Field Goal Pct……..… .533       at PHI, 5/16/12              .111      at PHI, 5/23/12

Free Throws Made………………….. 31               at MIA, 5/30/12              9         vs. ATL, 5/10/12
Free Throws Att……………..……….. 47             at MIA, 5/30/12              10        vs. ATL, 5/10/12
Free Throw Pct…………… ………….. .900            vs. ATL, 5/10/12             .500      vs. MIA, 6/1/12

Total Rebounds…………..…………... 52             at PHI, 5/18/12              32        vs. MIA, 6/1/12
Offensive Rebounds………………... 17             at PHI, 5/18/12              6         vs. MIA, 6/1/12
Defensive Rebounds……………….. 39              at ATL, 4/29/12              23        vs. PHI, 5/21/12

Assists……………………… ……………..        24         at MIA, 5/30/12              13        at MIA, 6/5/12
Steals……………………… ………………          10         vs. PHI, 5/14/12             3         Three Times; *at PHI, 5/16/12
Turnovers……………. ………………….        19         at ATL, 5/8/12               8         at MIA, 5/30/12
Blocked Shots………... ……………….     11         at MIA, 5/28/12              0         vs. ATL, 5/6/12
Personal Fouls………… ………………       28         vs. MIA, 6/3/12              13        vs. PHI, 5/14/12
                                                       COACH’S BIOGRAPHY

GLENN “DOC” RIVERS                                                                                                              HEAD COACH
   NBA Head Coaching Playoff Record: 62-52 (.544)
   Celtics Coaching Playoff Record: 57-42 (.576)
   Season in NBA: 13th
   Seasons with Boston: 8th

Glenn “Doc” Rivers is in his seventh season as Head Coach of the Boston Celtics. He was named to the position on April 29, 2004, becoming the
16th Head Coach in franchise history.

In his first season as Head Coach of the Boston Celtics Rivers led the club to a 45-37 (.549) record as well as the team’s first Atlantic Division title
since the 1991-92 season.

Rivers guided the 2007-08 Celtics to their 17th NBA championship behind an NBA-best 66-16 regular season record which also was his best
coaching record in a single season. During the course of the 2007-08 season he was named NBA Coach of the Month three times. He is the only
Celtics coach since the award’s inception during the 1982-83 season to win the award three times. He joins K.C. Jones, Jimmy Rodgers and
Chris Ford as the only Celtics Head Coach’s to have won the award.

Rivers is only the fourth coach in franchise history to have earned the NBA Coach of the Year Award (during the 1999-2000 season), joining Tom
Heinsohn (1972-73), Bill Fitch (who won it with Cleveland (1975-76) and Boston (1979-80)) and Red Auerbach (1964-65) for whom the trophy is
named.

In Rivers’ second season with Boston he led the Celtics to a record of 33-49. The Celtics finished 3rd in the Atlantic division, 16 games behind
division winner New Jersey.

The 48-year old Rivers spent four plus seasons as the Head Coach of the Orlando Magic. In his first year at the helm in Orlando he led a team
predicted by most to finish near or at the bottom of the league that included four starters who were not drafted. Rivers guided the team to a
41-41 record, and for his efforts, Rivers was named the 1999-2000 NBA Coach-of-the-Year.

Rivers served as an analyst, paired with Al Michaels, for ABC Sports coverage of the NBA during the 2003-04 season, following his release from
the Magic on November 17, 2003. Overall he compiled a 171-168 record (.506) in his four-plus seasons as Orlando's Head Coach, advancing the
team to the playoffs three times.

Rivers played 13 seasons in the NBA for the Atlanta Hawks (1983-84 to 1990-91), Los Angeles Clippers (1991-92), New York Knicks (1992-93 to
1993-94) and San Antonio Spurs (1994 to 1995-96). He played for three of the game's top coaches in Pat Riley, Larry Brown and Mike Fratello,
and holds career averages of 10.9 points, 5.7 assists and 3.0 rebounds per game. His teams advanced to the NBA Playoffs 10 times, where he
averaged 11.4 points, 5.9 assists and 3.3 rebounds. Rivers saw action in 864 regular season games and 81 playoff games over the course of his
career.

Rivers averaged a double-double in 1986-87 (12.8 ppg., 10.0 apg.) and was selected to play in the 1988 NBA All-Star Game. He averaged a
career-best 15.2 points per game in 1990-91. He scored a career-high 37 points against Seattle on February 4, 1988. He also shares an NBA
single-game playoff record for most assists in one half (15 vs. Boston, May 16, 1988).

Drafted after his junior season out of Marquette by the Atlanta Hawks in the second round (31st overall) of the 1983 NBA Draft, he played the
first eight years of his career with Atlanta, setting the Hawks' single-season assists record with 823 in 1986-87, and ending his stint with the
team as the franchise’s all-time assist leader with 3,866.

• Recorded his first win as head coach of the Celtics with a 107-73 win at New York (11/06/04).
• Recorded his first home win as head coach of the Celtics with a 90-88 win over Portland (11/10/04).
• Longest winning streak as head coach of the Celtics is a 7-game streak from 3/9/05-3/19/05.
• Recorded back-to-back road wins for first time as Celtics coach defeating Seattle (12/11) and the Clippers (12/13).
• Recorded his 200th career coaching win in a 120-113 OT win at Phoenix (2/27/05).
• Longest road winning streak as coach of the Celtics is a 5-game streak from 2/25/05-3/19/05.
• Clinched first playoff appearance as Celtics coach with a 111-108 win at Milwaukee (04/13/05).
• Led Celtics to first Atlantic Division Title since the 1991-92 season.
• Won his first playoff game as Celtics Head Coach with a 102-82 win over Indiana (04/23/05) in Game 1 of the First Round of the 2005 NBA
Playoffs.
• Recorded his 250th career coaching win in a 110-108 OT win vs. Charlotte (11/8/06).
• Recorded his first 100th Celtics coaching win in a 105-96 2OT win vs. Orlando (3/28/07).
• Won Coach of the Month for the Month of November 2007 after leading the Celtics to a 13-2 month.
• Recorded 300th career coaching win in a 97-93 win vs. Houston (1/2/08).
• Won Coach of the Month for the third straight month in November 2008 making him one of three coaches to achieve that feat joining Larry
Brown (Philadelphia 2002-03) and Flip Saunders (Detroit 2005-06).
• Recorded 200th Celtics coaching win in a 118-86 win vs. New Jersey (1/14/09).
• Coached his 500th Celtic game against Dallas (11/8/10)
• Recorded his 300th Celtics coaching win in a 118-116 win vs. New York (12/15/10)
• Recorded his 500th career coaching win in a 89-85 win at New Orleans (3/19/11)
• Recorded his 350th Celtics coaching win in a 94-84 win vs. Charlotte (2/7/12)
• Recorded his 50th Celtics playoff coaching win in a 83-80 win vs. Atlanta (5/10/12)
                                                               PLAYER BIOGRAPHIES
#20 – RAY ALLEN – GUARD                     6’5”       205                    07/20/75                        Connecticut/USA                 16th Year
           2011-12 AVERAGES:
           G        PPG       RPG      APG                    SPG            BPG          MPG          FG%          3FG%         FT%
           17       10.4       4.2      1.0                   0.88           0.12         34.0         39.1          29.8        69.8
           CAREER AVERAGES VS. OPPONENT:
           G        PPG       RPG      APG                    SPG            BPG          MPG          FG%          3FG%         FT%
           44       20.7       4.3      3.4                   0.91           0.23         38.0         44.6          45.6        92.3

      11-12 PLAYOFF HIGHS              PLAYOFF CAREER HIGHS              2011-12 NOTABLES: Netted 28 points against the Heat including six three-pointers on
PTS         17 vs. PHI, 5/14            51 at Chicago (4/30/09)          Dec. 27…Recorded 27 points while connecting on six threes against the Wizards on Jan.
             7 at MIA, 6/5              11 vs. Indiana (5/13/99)         2…Missed game against New Jersey on Jan. 4 due to flu-like symptoms…Recorded his
REB
                                                                         4,000th career assist against the Thunder on Jan. 16….Left the game against Washington
AST           4 at ATL, 5/8             10 at Chicago (5/13/01)
                                                                         (1/22) during the second quarter due to a jammed left ankle and did not
STL          3 vs. PHI, 5/14           4 at Sacramento (5/1/05)          return….Recorded a season-high four steals against New York on Mar. 4…Tied a season-
BLK             1 (twice)                    2 (Three Times)             high four steals against Golden State on Mar. 14.
FGM          7 vs. PHI, 5/14            18 at Chicago (4/30/09)
3PM          4 vs. MIA, 6/3              9 at Chicago (4/30/09)
FTM          8 at MIA, 6/5             11 vs. Orlando (4/25/01)          SEASON AVERAGES VS. OPPONENT: 18.5 points, 3.5 assists
MIN         46 vs. MIA, 6/3             59 at Chicago (4/30/09)

Last Five Games:
DATE      OPPONENT             MIN          PTS        FG          FGA        3PM        3PA       FTM        FTA        REB        AST       STL        BLK
5/30       at Miami            43:21        13         5           11         2          5         1          1          5          0         2          0
6/1        vs. Miami           37:55        10         4           8          2          5         0          0          5          0         0          0
6/3        vs. Miami           46:24        16         6           16         4          11        0          0          2          1         0          0
6/5        at Miami            40:03        13         2           9          1          4         8          8          7          0         1          1
6/7        vs. Miami           35:38        10         3           7          1          3         3          4          3          1         1          1

#30 – BRANDON BASS – FORWARD                           6’8”        250        04/30/85                        Louisiana State/USA             7th Year
           2011-12 AVERAGES:
           G        PPG       RPG      APG                    SPG            BPG          MPG          FG%          3FG%         FT%
           19       10.8       5.3      0.8                   0.53           0.53         29.9         44.9          ---         91.7
           CAREER AVERAGES VS. OPPONENT:
           G        PPG       RPG      APG                    SPG            BPG          MPG          FG%          3FG%         FT%
           16        8.1       4.6      0.4                   0.44           0.44         20.4         54.3          ---         82.9

      11-12 PLAYOFF HIGHS              PLAYOFF CAREER HIGHS              2011-12 NOTABLES: In his first game as a Celtic, recorded a double-double with 20
PTS         27 vs. PHI, 5/21      27 vs. Philadelphia (5/21/12)          points and 11 rebounds against New York on Dec. 25…Recorded a double-double
            10 at MIA, 5/30           10 at Miami (5/30/12)              against New Jersey on Jan. 4 with 15 points and a season-high 13 rebounds…Recorded
REB
                                                                         his first start as a Celtic against Chicago on Jan. 13 and recorded 10 points, nine
AST          4 vs. PHI, 5/26       4 vs. Philadelphia (5/26/12)
                                                                         rebounds, a steal and a block in 32:41 of action….Tied a career-high with four blocks
STL         2 (three times)                2 (five times)                against New York on Mar. 4…Posted a season-high 22 points against Golden State on
BLK             2 (twice)                  2 (five times)                Mar. 14…Tied a season-high with 22 points at Charlotte on Apr. 15…Averaging 12.9
FGM          9 vs. PHI, 5/21       9 vs. Philadelphia (5/21/12)          points, 6.2 rebounds and 1.10 blocks in his 39 starts.
3PM
             9 vs. PHI, 5/21         12 vs. Denver (5/9/09)              SEASON AVERAGES VS. OPPONENT: 12.3 points, 8.3 rebounds
FTM
MIN         41 vs. PHI, 5/26      41 vs. Philadelphia (5/26/12)


Last Five Games:
DATE      OPPONENT             MIN          PTS        FG          FGA        3PM        3PA       FTM        FTA        REB        AST       STL        BLK
5/30       at Miami            29:21        8          2           4          0          0         4          4          10         1         0          1
6/1        vs. Miami           16:46        4          1           3          0          0         2          2          4          1         0          0
6/3        vs. Miami           32:58        11         3           8          0          0         5          5          7          3         2          0
6/5        at Miami            29:44        10         4           8          0          0         2          2          4          0         2          1
6/7        vs. Miami           33:49        12         5           8          0          0         2          3          7          0         0          0
#0 – AVERY BRADLEY – GUARD                             6’2”      180        11/26/90                        Texas/USA                       2nd Year
           2011-12 AVERAGES:
           G        PPG       RPG      APG                    SPG          BPG          MPG          FG%          3FG%         FT%
           10        6.7       2.0      0.8                   0.80         0.60         24.8         36.8          22.7        66.7
           CAREER AVERAGES VS. OPPONENT:
           G        PPG       RPG      APG                    SPG          BPG          MPG          FG%          3FG%         FT%
            5        6.4       1.0      0.6                   1.0          0.20         19.2         42.9          33.3       100.0

      11-12 PLAYOFF HIGHS              PLAYOFF CAREER HIGHS            2011-12 NOTABLES: Recorded 11 points to go along with two assists and two steals
PTS          14 at ATL, 5/1                     Same                   against New Jersey on Jan. 4…Also connected on his first career three-pointer during
                 4 (twice)                      Same                   that game…Recorded his first career start against Phoenix on Jan. 20 and recorded 10
REB
                                                                       points, four rebounds and three steals…Recorded a career-high six rebounds and seven
AST           3 at ATL, 5/1                     Same                   assists in a career-high 41 minutes at Washington on Jan. 22…Scored a career-high 23
STL           3 at ATL, 5/1                     Same                   points against Washington on Mar. 25…Set new career-high 28 points against Atlanta on
BLK           3 at ATL, 5/1                     Same                   Apr. 20…Also swiped a career-high four steals against Atlanta on Apr. 20…Averaging
FGM          4 (three times)                    Same                   12.3 points, 3.0 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.07 steals in his 27 starts.
3PM          2 vs. PHI 5/14                     Same
FTM           6 at ATL, 5/1                     Same
MIN          42 at ATL, 5/1                     Same
                                                                       SEASON AVERAGES VS. OPPONENT: 8.0 points, 1.25 steals

Last Five Games:
DATE      OPPONENT             MIN        PTS          FG        FGA        3PM        3PA       FTM        FTA        REB        AST       STL        BLK
5/30       at Miami            DND – Inactive – Sore Left Shoulder
6/1        vs. Miami           DND – Inactive – Sore Left Shoulder
6/3        vs. Miami           DND – Inactive – Sore Left Shoulder
6/5        at Miami            DND – Inactive – Sore Left Shoulder
6/7        vs. Miami           DND – Inactive – Sore Left Shoulder

#4 – MARQUIS DANIELS – GUARD/FORWARD                             6’6”       200        01/07/81             Auburn/USA                      9th Year
           2011-12 AVERAGES:
           G        PPG       RPG      APG                    SPG          BPG          MPG          FG%          3FG%         FT%
           14        2.1       0.7      0.2                   0.14         0.07         6.5          57.9          0.0         80.0
           CAREER AVERAGES VS. OPPONENT:
           G        PPG       RPG      APG                    SPG          BPG          MPG          FG%          3FG%         FT%
           18       10.8       3.9      2.1                   1.28         0.33         24.9         48.5          21.4        67.5

      11-12 PLAYOFF HIGHS              PLAYOFF CAREER HIGHS            2011-12 NOTABLES: In his first game back from surgery, recorded four points, six
PTS          9 vs. MIA, 6/1        22 vs. Sacramento (4/24/04)         rebounds and five assists against New York on Dec. 25…Recorded a season-high nine
                                                                       points against Miami on Dec. 27…Missed three games due to a mild right ankle sprain
REB          5 vs. MIA, 6/1        10 at Sacramento (4/20/04)
                                                                       from Feb. 3 to Feb. 7…Tied a season-high six rebounds against Oklahoma City on Jan.
AST          2 vs. ATL, 5/6         5 at Sacramento (4/18/04)
                                                                       16…Tied a season-high with five assists against Orlando on Jan. 23…Scored a season-
STL             1 (twice)           5 at Sacramento (4/18/04)          high 12 points to go along with season highs in rebounds (8) and steals (4) against
BLK          1 vs. ATL, 5/6         2 at Sacramento (4/18/04)          Atlanta on Apr. 20….Topped his season-high in points during the next game by recording
FGM          4 vs. MIA, 6/1        10 vs. Sacramento (4/24/04)         13 against Miami on Apr. 24.
3PM                                        1 (five times)
                2 (twice)           6 at Sacramento (4/20/04)          SEASON AVERAGES VS. OPPONENT: 11.0 points, 4.0 rebounds, 2.5 assists
FTM
MIN          22 vs. ATL, 5/6       42 vs. Sacramento (4/24/04)


Last Five Games:
DATE      OPPONENT             MIN        PTS          FG        FGA        3PM        3PA       FTM        FTA        REB        AST       STL        BLK
5/30       at Miami            00:18      0            0         0          0          0         0          0          0          0         0          0
6/1        vs. Miami           17:19      9            4         6          0          1         1          2          5          1         1          0
6/3        vs. Miami           14:35      1            0         1          0          0         1          2          0          0         0          0
6/5        at Miami            2:57       0            0         0          0          0         0          0          0          0         0          0
6/7        vs. Miami           8:06       8            3         4          0          1         2          2          1          0         0          0
#51 – KEYON DOOLING – GUARD                             6’3”         195        05/08/80                          Missouri/USA                      12th Year
            2011-12 AVERAGES:
            G        PPG       RPG      APG                    SPG             BPG           MPG           FG%          3FG%          FT%
            19        2.9       0.8      0.7                   0.32            0.21          10.8          44.7          40.7         66.7
            CAREER AVERAGES VS. OPPONENT:
            G        PPG       RPG      APG                    SPG             BPG           MPG           FG%          3FG%          FT%
            27        9.7       1.8      2.4                   0.85            0.04          22.3          48.3          41.5         93.2

      11-12 PLAYOFF HIGHS                 PLAYOFF CAREER HIGHS             2011-12 NOTABLES: In his Celtic debut, recorded four points and three assists against
PTS              10 (twice)             15 vs. Washington (5/8/06)         New York on Dec. 25…Scored a season-high 18 points at Miami on Dec. 27 during which
              4 vs. MIA, 6/1                        (twice)                he netted four three-pointers…Notched his first start as a Celtic against the Nets on Jan.
REB
                                                                           4 and recorded five points and an assist in 30:58….Missed seven games from Jan. 13 to
AST           2 (three times)           4 at Washington (5/12/05)
                                                                           Jan. 23 with a sore right knee…Missed nine games from Jan. 27 to Feb. 10 with a right
STL           2 vs. MIA, 6/7                   2 (three times)             hip pointer…Tied a season-high with five assists against New Jersey on Mar. 2…Also
BLK           1 (four times)                   1 (seven times)             recorded five assists against Detroit on Dec. 30.
FGM            4 vs. ATL, 5/6                      6 (twice)
3PM           3 vs. MIA, 6/3               3 vs. Miami (6/3/12)
FTM           1 vs. PHI, 5/26              5 at Detroit (5/3/08)           SEASON AVERAGES VS. OPPONENT: 10.0 points, 1.0 assist
MIN           21 at ATL, 5/1            23 vs. Washington (5/8/05)

 Last Five Games:
 DATE      OPPONENT               MIN        PTS        FG           FGA        3PM        3PA         FTM        FTA        REB        AST         STL        BLK
 5/30       at Miami              14:49      2          1            1          0          0           0          0          0          1           0          0
 6/1        vs. Miami             19:47      7          3            4          1          2           0          0          4          0           0          1
 6/3        vs. Miami             16:24      10         3            5          3          4           1          2          0          0           0          0
 6/5        at Miami              8:47       3          1            1          1          1           0          0          0          0           0          0
 6/7        vs. Miami             14:53      0          0            2          0          1           0          0          2          1           2          0

                                                                                                                                                        th
#5 – KEVIN GARNETT – FORWARD                                         6’11”      253        05/19/76           Farragut Academy (IL)/USA 17 Year
            2011-12 AVERAGES:
            G        PPG       RPG      APG                    SPG             BPG           MPG           FG%          3FG%          FT%
            19       19.5      10.5      1.5                   1.16            1.53          36.9          49.7          25.0         80.8
            CAREER AVERAGES VS. OPPONENT:
            G        PPG       RPG      APG                    SPG             BPG           MPG           FG%          3FG%          FT%
            35       19.0      10.9      3.6                   0.69            1.46          36.7          49.7          30.0         78.9

      11-12 PLAYOFF HIGHS                 PLAYOFF CAREER HIGHS         2011-12 NOTABLES: Passed Robert Parish for 19th all-time in scoring when he recorded
PTS         29 vs. PHI, 5/12          35 vs. LA Lakers (4/22/03)       15 points against the Knicks on Christmas Day…Passed the 44,000 minute plateau when
               14 (twice)              22 vs. Denver (4/21/04)         he played 27 minutes against New Orleans on Dec. 27…Passed Bob Petit for 15th in
REB
                                                                       rebounds when he grabbed nine on New Year’s Day against Washington to go along
AST           5 at ATL, 5/1            11 at Portland (4/23/00)
                                                                       with 24 points…Recorded his first double-double of the season when he notched 14
STL          3 vs. ATL, 5/10            6 at Atlanta (4/28/08)         points and 12 rebounds against New Jersey on Jan. 4…Passed Hakeem Olajuwon for 12th
BLK             5 (twice)             6 vs. Sacramento (5/8/04)        all-time in minutes played when he recorded 33:52 of action against the Bulls on Jan.
FGM            12 (twice)                      15 (twice)              13…Grabbed his 10,000th career defensive rebound joining just Karl Malone and Robert
3PM          1 vs. PHI, 5/14                  1 (15 times)             Parish in accomplishing that feat in NBA history against New York on Feb. 3…Recorded
                                                                       his 13,000th career rebound against the LA Lakers on Feb. 9…Tied a season-high with
FTM          8 vs. ATL, 5/10            13 at Dallas (4/24/02)
                                                                       four blocks against Chicago on Feb. 12…Passed Buck Williams for 13th all-time in
MIN         45 at MIA, 5/30                    47 (twice)              rebounds against Chicago on Feb. 12….Passed Charles Barkley for 18th all-time in scoring
 when he recorded 18 points against the Cavaliers on Feb. 28…Posted a season-high 25 points to go along with 10 rebounds against Milwaukee on Feb. 29.

 SEASON AVERAGES VS. OPPONENT: 15.3 points, 7.3 rebounds, 1.0 steal, 1.33 blocks

 Last Five Games:
 DATE      OPPONENT               MIN        PTS        FG           FGA        3PM        3PA         FTM        FTA        REB        AST         STL        BLK
 5/30       at Miami              45:18      18         6            18         0          1           6          6          8          0           0          0
 6/1        vs. Miami             33:49      24         10           16         0          0           4          6          11         0           0          1
 6/3        vs. Miami             43:09      17         8            20         0          1           1          1          14         3           2          5
 6/5        at Miami              35:36      26         11           20         0          0           4          6          11         2           1          2
 6/7        vs. Miami             31:08      12         6            14         0          0           0          0          5          0           0          1
#50 – RYAN HOLLINS – CENTER/FORWARD                                7’0”       230        10/10/84             UCLA/USA                         6th Year
           2011-12 AVERAGES:
           G        PPG       RPG      APG                    SPG            BPG          MPG          FG%          3FG%         FT%
           16        1.5       1.6      0.4                   0.0            0.44         10.1         40.0          ---         44.4
           CAREER AVERAGES VS. OPPONENT:
           G        PPG       RPG      APG                   SPG             BPG          MPG          FG%          3FG%         FT%
           17        2.8       1.8      0.2                  0.35            0.53         12.0         33.3          ---         54.9

      11-12 PLAYOFF HIGHS             PLAYOFF CAREER HIGHS               2011-12 NOTABLES: Signed as a free agent on March 23…Appeared in 24 games
PTS          5 at ATL, 5/8               8 at Denver (5/5/09)            for the Cavaliers averaging 3.7 points and 2.3 rebounds per game…In his seven
             5 at PHI, 5/23          8 vs. San Antonio (4/25/09)         starts averaged 5.6 points and 3.7 rebounds while shooting 60.0% from the
REB
                                                                         floor…Recorded season highs in points (15), rebounds (7) and minutes (31) against
AST          3 at PHI, 5/23          3 at Philadelphia (5/23/12)         Washington on Mar. 3…Appeared in his first game for the Celtics on Mar. 23
STL                                  1 vs. San Antonio (4/23/09)         against Philadelphia and recorded one point in 3:19 of action…Recorded his first
BLK          3 at PHI, 5/16                    3 (twice)                 start as a Celtic against Miami on Apr. 24 and grabbed three rebounds in 24:51 of
FGM          2 at ATL, 5/8               4 at Denver (5/5/09)            action.
3PM
FTM          2 vs. PHI, 5/14               2 (four times)
                                                                         SEASON AVERAGES VS. OPPONENT: 1.5 rebounds
MIN          19 at ATL, 5/8                  19 (twice)

Last Five Games:
DATE      OPPONENT             MIN         PTS          FG         FGA        3PM        3PA       FTM        FTA        REB        AST        STL        BLK
5/30       at Miami            1:25      0          0              0          0          0         0          0          0          0          0          0
6/1        vs. Miami           6:07      0          0              0          0          0         0          0          0          0          0          0
6/3        vs. Miami           DNP – Coach’s Decision
6/5        at Miami            DNP – Coach’s Decision
6/7        vs. Miami           7:43      2          1              1          0          0         0          0          0          0          0          0

#12 – JAJUAN JOHNSON – FORWARD                                     6’10”      221        02/08/89             Purdue/USA                       Rookie
           2011-12 AVERAGES:
           G        PPG           RPG            APG          SPG            BPG          MPG          FG%          3FG%         FT%

           CAREER AVERAGES VS. OPPONENT:
           G        PPG       RPG      APG                   SPG             BPG          MPG          FG%          3FG%         FT%
           2        3.0        2.5      0.0                  0.50            1.0          13.5         30.0          ---          ---

      11-12 PLAYOFF HIGHS             PLAYOFF CAREER HIGHS               2011-12 NOTABLES: Appeared in his first NBA game against the New Orleans
PTS                                              Same                    Hornets and recorded four points in 3:22 of play on Dec. 28…Recorded 11 points
                                                 Same                    to go along with two rebounds in 9:43 of action against Toronto on Feb.
REB
                                                                         1….Recorded 10 points, four rebounds, an assist, a steal and two blocks against
AST                                              Same
                                                                         Memphis on Feb. 5…Recorded a season-high 12 points, four rebounds and two
STL                                              Same                    steals against Chicago on Feb. 12….Tied a season-high with five rebounds to go
BLK                                              Same                    along with 10 points and a block in 13 minutes against Philadelphia on Mar. 7
FGM                                              Same
3PM                                              Same
FTM                                              Same
                                                                         SEASON AVERAGES VS. OPPONENT: 3.0 points, 2.5 rebounds
MIN                                              Same

Last Five Games:
DATE      OPPONENT             MIN         PTS          FG         FGA        3PM        3PA       FTM        FTA        REB        AST        STL        BLK
5/30       at Miami            DND – Inactive
6/1        vs. Miami           DND – Inactive
6/3        vs. Miami           DND – Inactive
6/5        at Miami            DND – Inactive
6/7        vs. Miami           DND – Inactive
#55 – E’TWAUN MOORE – GUARD                                       6’4”       191       02/25/89                    Purdue/USA                Rookie
           2011-12 AVERAGES:
           G        PPG       RPG      APG                   SPG            BPG          MPG          FG%          3FG%        FT%
           8         0.6       0.4      0.4                  0.0            0.13         2.5          25.0          0.0        50.0
           CAREER AVERAGES VS. OPPONENT:
           G        PPG       RPG      APG                   SPG            BPG          MPG          FG%          3FG%         FT%
           2         3.5       3.5      0.5                  0.0            0.0          13.0         50.0          50.0         ---

      11-12 PLAYOFF HIGHS            PLAYOFF CAREER HIGHS               2011-12 NOTABLES: Made his NBA debut against the New York Knicks on Christmas Day
PTS          3 vs. MIA, 6/7                     Same                    when he stepped on the court for four seconds…Saw his first extended playing time
              2 vs. ATL, 5/6                    Same                    against the Hornets on Dec. 28 when he recorded one rebound and one assist in 7:36 of
REB
                                                                        action…Recorded his first NBA points against New Jersey on Jan. 4 when he netted five
AST          1 (three times)                    Same                    points…Netted seven points to go along with two rebounds and two steals at Indiana on
STL                                             Same                    Jan. 14…Recorded a season-high 16 points, three rebounds and connected on four
BLK          1 at PHI, 5/16                     Same                    three-pointers against Orlando on Jan. 26…Recorded a season-high seven rebounds
FGM          1 vs. MIA, 6/7                     Same                    against Miami on Apr. 24.
3PM                                             Same
             1 vs. MIA, 6/7                     Same                    SEASON AVERAGES VS. OPPONENT: 3.5 points, 3.5 rebounds
FTM
MIN          8 vs. ATL, 5/6                     Same

Last Five Games:
DATE      OPPONENT             MIN        PTS          FG         FGA        3PM       3PA        FTM        FTA       REB        AST        STL        BLK
5/30       at Miami            00:18     0          0             0          0         0          0          0         0          0          0          0
6/1        vs. Miami           00:56     0          0             0          0         0          0          0         0          0          0          0
6/3        vs. Miami           DNP – Coach’s Decision
6/5        at Miami            DNP – Coach’s Decision
6/7        vs. Miami           3:11      3          1             2          0         0          1          2         1          1          0          0

#11 – SASHA PAVLOVIC – GUARD/FORWARD                              6’7”       235       11/15/83 Buducnost/Montenegro                         8th Year
           2011-12 AVERAGES:
           G        PPG       RPG      APG                   SPG            BPG          MPG          FG%          3FG%         FT%
            9        0.8       0.6      0.1                  0.11           0.11         4.4          33.3          20.0         ---
           CAREER AVERAGES VS. OPPONENT:
           G        PPG       RPG      APG                   SPG            BPG          MPG          FG%          3FG%        FT%
           22        5.7       1.5      1.0                  0.27           0.14         17.0         41.1          34.5       76.7

      11-12 PLAYOFF HIGHS            PLAYOFF CAREER HIGHS               2011-12 NOTABLES: Started the first three games of the season in place of the injured
PTS           4 at ATL, 5/1          17 vs. New Jersey (5/8/07)         Paul Pierce and recorded 4.0 points and 1.7 rebounds in 15.7 minutes per
                                                                        game…Recorded seven points and four rebounds against the Hornets on Dec.
REB             1 (twice)               9 at Detroit (5/31/07)
                                                                        28…Recorded nine points and four rebounds against Orlando on Jan. 23…Swiped a
AST           1 at ATL, 5/1                     5 (twice)
                                                                        season-high three steals against San Antonio on Apr. 4…Grabbed a season-high six
STL           1 at ATL, 5/1                     3 (twice)               rebound against Philadelphia on Apr. 8…Netted a season-high 16 points against Miami
BLK          1 vs. ATL, 5/6           3 vs. New Jersey (5/6/07)         on Apr. 24…In his seven starts is averaging 5.9 points and 2.4 rebounds per game.
FGM           2 at ATL, 5/1                     7 (twice)
3PM          1 vs. PHI, 5/21                 2 (five times)
FTM                                         3 (three times)
                                                                        SEASON AVERAGES VS. OPPONENT: 7.3 points, 1.5 rebounds
MIN          13 at ATL, 5/1                    42 (twice)


Last Five Games:
DATE      OPPONENT             MIN        PTS          FG         FGA        3PM       3PA        FTM        FTA       REB        AST        STL        BLK
5/30       at Miami            00:18     0          0             0          0         0          0          0         0          0          0          0
6/1        vs. Miami           00:56     0          0             0          0         0          0          0         1          0          0          0
6/3        vs. Miami           DNP – Coach’s Decision
6/5        at Miami            DNP – Coach’s Decision
6/7        vs. Miami           4:26      0          0             1          0         0          0          0         1          0          0          0
#34 – PAUL PIERCE – GUARD/FORWARD                                   6’7”       235        10/13/77                         Kansas/USA            14th Year
           2011-12 AVERAGES:
           G        PPG       RPG      APG                     SPG            BPG          MPG           FG%          3FG%         FT%
           19       18.8       6.2      3.2                    1.53           0.89         38.7          38.6          30.9        90.7
           CAREER AVERAGES VS. OPPONENT:
           G        PPG       RPG      APG                     SPG            BPG          MPG           FG%          3FG%         FT%
           43       23.0       6.0      3.2                    1.70           0.51         38.5          45.2          38.5        79.8

      11-12 PLAYOFF HIGHS                PLAYOFF CAREER HIGHS           2011-12 NOTABLES: Made his first appearance of the season against Detroit on Dec. 30
PTS          36 at ATL, 5/1          46 vs. Philadelphia (5/3/02)       and recorded 12 points, four rebounds and five assists in 22:49 of action…Recorded 21
             14 at ATL, 5/1            17 vs. Detroit (5/12/02)         points against Washington on Jan. 2…Passed JoJo White for 5th all-time in C’s history in
REB
                                                                        assists when he recorded five assists against Chicago on Jan. 13…Passed Kevin McHale
AST          7 vs. ATL, 5/10          11 at New Jersey (5/7/03)         for third all-time in games played against Indiana on Jan. 14 with his 972nd career
STL          4 vs. PHI, 5/14                    5 (twice)               game…Posted his fifth career 30/10 game when he recorded a season-high 34 points
BLK          3 vs. PHI, 5/26            5 at Indiana (4/30/05)          and 10 assists to go along with eight rebounds and three steals at Washington on Jan.
FGM          12 at ATL, 5/1          16 vs. Philadelphia (5/3/02)       22…Passed Larry Bird for second all-time in points in Celtics franchise history when he
3PM             4 (twice)             8 vs. Philadelphia (5/3/02)       recorded 15 against Charlotte on Feb. 7…Named as a reserve for the Eastern Conference
                                                                        All-Star Team…Appeared in 11:07 of the All-Star game and scored three points, grabbed
FTM          14 vs. ATL, 5/4           21 at Indiana (4/19/03)
                                                                        two rebounds and had a block….Tied a season-high with 34 points against New York on
MIN          47 vs. ATL, 5/4         54 vs. New Jersey (5/12/03)        Mar. 4…Recorded his 22,000th career point against New York on Mar. 4…Passed Clyde
Drexler for 26th all-time in scoring in NBA history when he netted 25 points against Milwaukee on Mar. 22…Netted a season-high 36 points to go along with a
season-high-tying 10 rebounds, four assists, three steals and a season-high three blocks at Charlotte on Mar. 26…Named the Eastern Conference Player of the
Week for the week ending Apr. 1 when he averaged 25.0 points, 8.0 rebounds and 2.5 assists…Named the Eastern Conference Player of the Month for March
when he averaged 22.3 points, 5.6 rebounds and 3.6 assists…Netted a season-high 43 points including 17 free throws and four threes at New York on Apr.
17…Recorded a career-high 14 assists to go along with 29 points against Orlando on Apr. 18.

SEASON AVERAGES VS. OPPONENT: 19.3 points, 5.3 rebounds, 2.0 assists, 1.0 steal

Last Five Games:
DATE      OPPONENT               MIN        PTS        FG           FGA        3PM        3PA        FTM        FTA        REB        AST        STL        BLK
5/30       at Miami              43:24      21         8            19         0          5          5          6          6          3          0          1
6/1        vs. Miami             40:31      23         7            21         2          6          7          7          4          4          1          2
6/3        vs. Miami             39:49      23         8            18         2          6          5          6          6          0          2          0
6/5        at Miami              43:01      19         6            19         2          5          5          5          4          4          2          0
6/7        vs. Miami             30:44      9          4            18         0          6          1          2          5          1          3          1


#28 – MICKAEL PIETRUS – GUARD/FORWARD                               6’6”       215        02/07/82 Pau Orthez/Guadeloupe                         9th Year
           2011-12 AVERAGES:
           G        PPG       RPG      APG                     SPG            BPG          MPG           FG%          3FG%         FT%
           19        3.6       2.1      0.1                    0.68           0.26         19.5          33.8          23.1        56.3
           CAREER AVERAGES VS. OPPONENT:
           G        PPG       RPG      APG                     SPG            BPG          MPG           FG%          3FG%         FT%
           13        5.7       2.3      0.7                    1.0            0.15         19.8          39.2          27.3        58.3

      11-12 PLAYOFF HIGHS                PLAYOFF CAREER HIGHS             2011-12 NOTABLES: Made his Celtic debut against the Dallas Mavericks on Jan. 11 and
PTS             13 (twice)              18 vs. LA Lakers (6/9/09)         recorded five points, two rebounds and two steals in 17:53 of action…Played in his 500th
                                                                          career game against Oklahoma City on Jan. 16…Recorded a season-high 14 points
REB              5 (twice)                10 at Dallas (5/1/07)
                                                                          against Oklahoma City on Jan. 16….Recorded a season-high 12 rebounds and four assists
AST           1 at PHI, 5/18              3 vs. Atlanta (5/4/10)
                                                                          at Dallas on Feb. 20…Connected on a season-high five three-pointers against Golden
STL           2 (three tied)             3 vs. LA Lakers (6/9/09)         State on Mar. 14…Suffered a head injury on Mar. 23 against Philadelphia during the
BLK              2 (twice)                 3 vs. Utah (5/13/07)           second quarter….Made his return from injury against Atlanta on Apr. 11 and recorded
FGM           4 at PHI, 5/16                     7 (twice)                eight points and six boards in 28:49 of action.
3PM           3 at PHI, 5/16            5 vs. Cleveland (5/26/09)
FTM          2 (three times)            11 vs. Cleveland (5/6/09)
                                                                          SEASON AVERAGES VS. OPPONENT:
MIN          35 at PHI, 5/23           40 vs. Cleveland (5/26/09)


Last Five Games:
DATE      OPPONENT               MIN        PTS        FG           FGA        3PM        3PA        FTM        FTA        REB        AST        STL        BLK
5/30       at Miami              28:12      3          1            3          1          3          0          0          2          0          0          0
6/1        vs. Miami             19:31      2          0            2          0          1          2          2          4          0          1          0
6/3        vs. Miami             24:04      0          0            3          0          3          0          2          5          0          0          2
6/5        at Miami              27:05      13         5            8          2          4          1          2          3          0          2          0
6/7        vs. Miami             21:02      2          1            4          0          3          0          0          3          0          0          0
#9 – RAJON RONDO – GUARD                                   6’1”      186        02/22/86                          Kentucky/USA                   6th Year
           2011-12 AVERAGES:
           G        PPG       RPG      APG                        SPG          BPG          MPG            FG%          3FG%        FT%
           18       17.1       6.6     11.8                       2.44         0.12         42.6           47.0          25.0       70.4
           CAREER AVERAGES VS. OPPONENT:
           G        PPG       RPG      APG                        SPG          BPG          MPG            FG%          3FG%        FT%
           20       13.3       5.9      9.8                       1.20         0.0          37.1           52.4          41.2       62.5

      11-12 PLAYOFF HIGHS                PLAYOFF CAREER HIGHS             2011-12 NOTABLES: Passed K.C. Jones for eighth on the Celtics all-time assist list on
PTS         44 at MIA, 5/30                44 at Miami (5/30/12)          opening day when he recorded 13 assists against the Knicks on Dec. 25…Recorded his
            14 vs. ATL, 5/4              18 vs. Cleveland (5/9/10)        first triple-double of the season with 18 points, 11 rebounds and 14 assists against
REB
                                                                          Washington (1/1)…Recorded his 3,000th career assist against Chicago on Jan.
AST         17 vs. PHI, 5/12             20 at New York (4/22/11)         13….Appeared in his 400th career game against Charlotte on Feb. 7….Recorded his 15th
STL          5 at ATL, 5/8               6 vs. LA Lakers (6/17/08)        career-triple double when he scored a career-high tying 32 points to go along with 10
BLK            1 (twice)                          2 (twice)               rebounds and a season-high 15 assists against Chicago on Feb. 12…Became just the fifth
FGM         16 at MIA, 5/30                 16 at MIA (5/30/12)           active player to record 10 FG’s and 10 FT’s in a triple-double joining LeBron James,
3PM            2 (twice)                        2 (six times)             Russell Westbrook, Richard Jefferson and Tracy McGrady…Became the first player in
                                                                          more than two decades to record a 30-15-10 triple-double with 10 FG’s and 10 FT’s in a
FTM         10 at MIA, 5/30              12 at Cleveland (5/1/10)
                                                                          non-overtime game joining Magic Johnson, Michael Jordan, Hakeem Olajuwon and Larry
MIN         53 at MIA, 5/30               58 at Chicago (4/30/09)         Bird as the only players to accomplish that feat since 1980 with Olajuwon’s being the
most recent in 1989…Recorded a career-high 35 points on 15-of-27 shooting against Detroit on Feb. 15…Named to the Eastern Conference All-Star team as a
replacement for Joe Johnson…Scored two points, had two rebounds and handed out eight assists in 15:34 of action during the All-Star Game…Was named as a
replacement for Stephen Curry for the Taco Bell Skills Challenge at All-Star weekend and finished in second place…Recorded his third triple-double of the season
with 15 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists against Milwaukee on Feb. 29….Recorded his fourth triple-double of the season with 18 points, a career-high 17
rebounds and a season-high 20 assists…Became first player in Magic Johnson to record 17 or more points, rebounds and assists in a game since Apr. 18,
1989…Became first player since Wilt Chamberlain to have a triple double with 18 points, 20 assists and 17 rebounds since Wilt recorded 22 pts, 25 rebs, 21 asts
on February 2, 1968…Recorded fifth triple-double of the season when he scored 16 points, grabbed 11 boards and handed out 14 assists against Miami on Apr.
1….Recorded his sixth triple-double of the season with 10 points, 10 rebounds and a season-high-tying 20 assists against Atlanta on Apr. 11.

SEASON AVERAGES VS. OPPONENT: 18.7 points, 7.7 rebounds, 13.7 assists

Last Five Games:
DATE      OPPONENT               MIN          PTS          FG        FGA        3PM        3PA        FTM         FTA       REB       AST        STL        BLK
5/30       at Miami              53:00        44           16        24         2          2          10          12        8         10         3          0
6/1        vs. Miami             42:41        21           9         16         0          2          3           5         6         10         1          0
6/3        vs. Miami             47:05        15           7         14         0          2          1           2         5         15         0          0
6/5        at Miami              44:19        7            3         15         0          1          1           2         6         13         4          0
6/7        vs. Miami             41:05        21           8         14         0          0          5           7         4         10         3          0


#54 – GREG STIEMSMA – CENTER 6’11” 260                               09/26/85                         Wisconsin/USA                              Rookie
           2011-12 AVERAGES:
           G        PPG       RPG      APG                        SPG          BPG          MPG            FG%          3FG%        FT%
           18        1.6       2.3      0.3                       0.22         0.61         7.8            66.7          ---        66.7
           CAREER AVERAGES VS. OPPONENT:
           G        PPG       RPG      APG                        SPG          BPG          MPG            FG%          3FG%        FT%
            2        7.0       5.5      0.5                       1.50         1.50         22.0           60.0          ---       100.0

      11-12 PLAYOFF HIGHS                PLAYOFF CAREER HIGHS              2010-11 NOTABLES: Appeared in his first NBA game against the New Orleans Hornets
PTS         10 vs. PHI, 5/21                        Same                   on Dec. 28 and recorded two points, four rebounds and six blocks in 20:16 of
             9 at ATL, 4/29                         Same                   action…Recorded his first career start against the Wizards on Jan. 2 and responded with
REB
                                                                           13 points, seven rebounds, two assists and two blocks…Pulled down seven rebounds to
AST         1 (three times)                         Same                   go along with a season-high three assists, three steals and 27 minutes against Portland
STL          2 vs. ATL, 5/6                         Same                   on Mar. 9…Grabbed a season-high eight boards against Golden State on Mar. 14…In his
BLK          3 vs. PHI, 5/21                        Same                   return home to Milwaukee, scored six points, grabbed four rebounds, handed out three
FGM          5 vs. PHI, 5/21                        Same                   assists, swiped four steals and had five blocks on Mar. 22…Tied season-highs with six
3PM                                                 Same                   blocks and four steals at Charlotte on Apr. 15…Appeared in four games for the Sioux
                                                                           Falls SkyForce of the NBA Development League averaging 9.0 points, 10.8 rebounds and
FTM          2 at MIA, 5/28                         Same
                                                                           4.5 blocks per game before signing with the Celtics.
MIN          19 at ATL, 4/29                        Same
SEASON AVERAGES VS. OPPONENT: 7.0 points, 5.5 rebounds, 1.5 steals, 1.5 blocks

Last Five Games:
DATE      OPPONENT               MIN          PTS          FG        FGA        3PM        3PA        FTM         FTA       REB       AST        STL        BLK
5/30       at Miami              5:18         2            1         1          0          0          0           0         3         0          0          0
6/1        vs. Miami             3:43         1            0         0          0          0          1           2         0         0          0          0
6/3        vs. Miami             00:32        0            0         0          0          0          0           0         0         0          0          0
6/5        at Miami              8:28         3            1         1          0          0          1           2         4         0          1          0
6/7        vs. Miami             3:50         0            0         0          0          0          0           0         1         0          0          0
#56 – SEAN WILLIAMS – FORWARD/CENTER                        6’10”      235        09/13/86           Boston College/USA                  4th Year
           2011-12 AVERAGES:
           G        PPG       RPG      APG                SPG         BPG          MPG           FG%          3FG%          FT%
           2         0.0       0.5      0.0               0.0         0.0          3.0            ---          ---           ---
           CAREER AVERAGES VS. OPPONENT:
           G        PPG       RPG      APG                SPG         BPG          MPG           FG%          3FG%         FT%
           5         9.8       5.0      0.6               1.20        1.20         21.6          56.7          ---         78.9

      11-12 PLAYOFF HIGHS           PLAYOFF CAREER HIGHS          2011-12 NOTABLES: Signed with the Celtics as a free agent on Apr. 20…Appeared in
PTS                                           Same                eight games for the Dallas Mavericks averaging 3.6 points and 1.6 rebounds in 8.1
             1 vs. MIA, 6/7                   Same                minutes per game…Also appeared in 27 games for the Texas Legends of the NBA
REB
                                                                  Development League averaging 15.2 points, 8.9 rebounds and 2.5 blocks in 28.8 minutes
AST                                           Same                per game…Recorded a season-high 12 points and season-high three blocks against
STL                                           Same                Denver on Dec. 26…Recorded a season-high four rebounds against Phoenix on Mar.
BLK                                           Same                8…Appeared in his first game for the Celtics against Atlanta on Apr. 20 and recorded one
FGM                                           Same                rebound in 3:27 of action…Recorded a season-high two steals, a season-high-tying four
3PM                                           Same                rebounds and appeared in a season-high 20 minutes against Miami on Apr. 24.
FTM                                           Same
                                                                  SEASON AVERAGES VS. OPPONENT: 5.0 points, 4.0 rebounds, 2.0 steals, 2.0 blocks
MIN          4 vs. MIA, 6/7                   Same


Last Five Games:
DATE      OPPONENT            MIN       PTS          FG     FGA        3PM        3PA        FTM        FTA        REB        AST        STL        BLK
5/30       at Miami           DNP – Coach’s Decision
6/1        vs. Miami          DNP – Coach’s Decision
6/3        vs. Miami          DNP – Coach’s Decision
6/5        at Miami           DNP – Coach’s Decision
6/7        vs. Miami          4:26      0          0        0          0          0          0          0          1          0          0          0

				
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